Josiah Tullis

Josiah Tullis

Seattle, WA Product Designer Joined almost 5 years ago

  • 23 stories
  • 90 comments
  • 32 upvotes
  • Posted to Dimensions.Guide | Free Drawings and Silhouettes of Things, Jan 10, 2019

    Really fantastic execution on this. I recently got the republished Measure of Man and was beginning to wonder why there wasn't a better open-source alternative. Keep up the awesome work, Bryan.

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  • Posted to Microsoft’s new Office icons, in reply to Kyle Donmoyer , Nov 29, 2018

    From Google's Material design guidelines

    Material Design is inspired by the physical world and its textures, including how they reflect light and cast shadows. Material surfaces reimagine the mediums of paper and ink.

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  • Posted to Microsoft’s new Office icons, in reply to Kyle Donmoyer , Nov 29, 2018

    Designers have always desired to work with their hands which allows for a more intimate understanding of the content and requires greater attention to detail. Humans innately desire tangible experiences so even when it isn't part of the design process it tells a stronger story that users can relate more strongly with.

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  • Posted to Principle for Mac, in 2018, Nov 27, 2018

    Despite its simplicity and lack of frequent feature updates Principle will probably be around for a while. The core functionality is incredibly stable and fills a fundamental gap in tooling without trying to be the one-stop solution for all things UI/UX. Daniel Hooper seems to have taken the "do one thing but do it well" approach which is quite refreshing.

    1 point
  • Posted to RightFont 5.0 released with a totally redesigned interface and font management strategy., Nov 27, 2018

    I did considerable research into the various font management apps some time ago. I finally went with Fontbase and have not looked back– it's affordable (free), supports Windows + MacOS, and has regular fantastic feature updates. Highly recommend.

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  • Posted to What is Your Process for Learning New Things?, Jul 04, 2018

    It sounds like you're describing a sort of implementation of subsumption theory, a theory of understanding pioneered by David Ausubel. It attempts to construct a theory of understanding based on establishing relationships with prior knowledge. If you're interested here's a couple relevant links.

    Principles for Learning Meaningful Knowledge

    Subsumption Theory

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  • Posted to Airbnb Cereal typeface, in reply to Bole ★ , May 16, 2018

    Yikes– same foundry too

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  • Posted to Spirit is out now for Mac, May 16, 2018

    I'd love to check this out, but as others have mentioned the subscription model and pricing are a complete turn off.

    3 points
  • Posted to Webflow Ecommerce, in reply to Matt Walker , Mar 19, 2018

    "This site was built entirely with Webflow — minus most of the hero introduction, which we built in After Effects and integrated on the page using Lottie. We wrote custom code to sync the Lottie playback with the Webflow IX2 animations in the hero, and uploaded the Lottie animation via a feature we’re testing internally to upload files (JS, SVG, etc) to Webflow sites."

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  • Posted to Please critique: learnreact.design, in reply to Linton Ye , Feb 14, 2018

    One thing that stands out is that the primary CTA "Enroll Now" scroll jacks all the way to the bottom of the page. Maybe make this the second section on the page so that it doesn't scroll jack as far. A modal might work even better.

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